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we get breaks of sunshine later on. we'll head to the game. jessica will be there to sign autographs and take pictures. >> can i get one? >> first baseline? >> i'll talk to you later. good morning. breaking overnight, nbc news declares hillary clinton the apparent winner of kentucky's democratic primary. but by less than 2,000 votes. bernie sanders takes oregon and again vows to fight till the end. >> we are in till the last battle. >> while donald trump makes nice with megyn kelly, sort of. >> bimbo? >> there was a retweet. did i say that? >> many times. >> excuse me. too little, too late? under mounting pressure and growing frustrations, the tsa vows to send more screeners to fix the gridlock at the airports. what are they going to do to get
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things moving faster at other airports around the country? the whisper. what did oj simpson say to his attorney after the not guilty verdict was announced? robert shapiro has finally revealed the answer. and golden girl. a 100-year-old woman attempting to set a world record in the 100 meter dash. gets off to a rough start. but she gets back up and makes her way to the finish line. a triumph for the ages today, wednesday, may 18th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, where my new hero is ella may colbert. >> running the race, falls down and gets right back up.
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this story will warm your heart. we promise. >> we'll have more on that later on. let's start with the presidential race. bernie sanders not going anywhere after he topped hillary clinton in the org oregon prima. clinton is declaring victory in kentucky. one of the tightest races in the campaign season so far. clinton remains on track to secure the democratic nomination early next month. >> donald trump won oregon, as he marches toward the republican nomination. >> another major headline in the democratic race, new turmoil within the party in the wake of an unruly democratic state convention in nevada. we have it all covered, beginning with nbc's kristen welker. she's at hillary clinton's campaign headquarters in brooklyn again today. kristen, good morning to you. >> matt, good morning to you. the democrats are as divided as ever this morning. secretary clinton had the narrow
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win in wn. s kentucky and sanders had the win in oregon. contesting the kentucky results, all of this complicating clinton's efforts to focus on the fight against donald trump. >> reporter: hillary clinton is trying to put bernie sanders away and turn her full attention to donald trump. the apparent winner in kentucky but losing in oregon overnight. on twitter, her campaign thanked voters in the bluegrass state saying, we're always stronger united. >> bernie, bernie! >> reporter: the vermont senator is refusing to go quietly. >> we are in till the last ballot is cast. >> reporter: campaigning in california late tuesday, sanders is forging ahead, even though the democratic nomination is likely mathematically out of reach. but now, some democrats are expressing concern about clinton's ability to unify the party, after chaos broke out in las vegas over the weekend. >> recount! >> reporter: sanders supporters lashing out during nevada's
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state convention. >> what kind of democracy is this? >> reporter: their anger aimed at democratic party leadership. >> please take your seats. >> reporter: claiming the convention rules were unfair. >> i got threatened, my family, grandson, husband. >> reporter: state chairperson saying she received death threats. >> people like you should be hung in public execution. >> reporter: in a statement, sanders said he condemns any and all forms of violence, but ad defiantly slammed the party. party leaders are calling his campaign dishonest, saying he has failed to adequately denounce the threats of violence. overnight, sanders took on the democratic party process. >> i say to the leadership of the democratic party, open the doors. let the people in! >> with the party's convention set for july, the clinton campaign is expressing
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confidence that, ultimately, democrats will unify. meanwhile, donald trump and hillary clinton both releasing their personal financial disclosure forms. trump saying he made more than $550 million last year. secretary clinton saying she netted about $1.4 million in paid speaking fees. the clinton campaign using this moment to hammer trump for failing to release his tax returns. something he says he'll do once an audit is completed. >> kristen welker, thanks very much. talking about the republicans, donald trump and fox news anchor megyn kelly try to bury the hatchet. they sat down face-to-face in an interview that aired last night. peter alexander is outside trump tower here in new york with that headline and many more. peter, good morning. >> good morning. overnight, donald trump announced a shift in strategies of sorts. a fund raising deal with the republican party that'll allow him to solicit bigger checks than any presidential candidate in history. more than $449,000 per person.
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he also, as you noted, is trying to set aside the differences with fox's megyn kelly. trying to show a softer side, but still reluctant to acknowledge any mistake. >> it has been a long time. >> reporter: at times, the long-awaited donald trump sit down with fox news's megyn kelly felt like a therapy session. asked if he'd ever been emotionally wounded. >> when i'm wounded, i go after people hard. okay? and i try and unwound myself. >> reporter: often criticized for being a bully, donald trump had little sympathy for bullying victims. >> you have to get over it. fight back. do whatever you have to do. >> reporter: kelly calling trump out for repeatedly retweeting ugly comments about her. >> bimbo? >> well, there was a re-tweet, yeah. did i say that? >> many times. >> oh, okay. excuse me. not the most horrible.
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over your life, you have been called a lot worse. >> reporter: trump says he's planning to address past controversies, like his wild gestures seen as mocking a disabled reporter. >> i don't know what i said. i don't remember. >> reporter: trump telling the "washington post," i would never say anything bad about a person that has a disability. i've spent a lot of money making buildings accessible. meanwhile, trump is again raising eyebrows on foreign policy. telling reuters, he'd have no problem speaking to kim jong-un to try to stop that country's nuclear program. back home with hillary clinton announcing he'll put her husband in charge of revitalizing the economy, trump is unleashing a new wave of attacks. tweeting, will he bring the energizer to d.c.? referencing tabloid reports about a female friend of the former president. clinton later asked to respond to trump's claim that he is an abuser of women. >> no, i don't.
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i think people are smart enough to figure this out. >> reporter: melania trump standing up for her husband. we know the truth. he's not hitler. he wants to help america. he wants to unite people, she says. even with the muslims, it's temporary. >> melania trump in the article also spoke about furnishing her first apartment in manhattan in the '90s. $2500 a month, by the way. she told the magazine, i went to crate and barrel. adding, does that still exist or no? >> oh, it does. i can report that. peter alexander, thank you. let's bring in msnbc's steve kornacki. good morning. let's start on the democratic side. hillary clinton loses oregon by a pretty wide margin to bernie sanders, but squeaks out a victory in kentucky. this isn't the way she wanted to seal the deal, is it? >> right. reminiscent to barack obama eight years ago when he ran against her. by this point in the process, it
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was clear he had the numbers to beat the nominee but ended on a losing streak. for hillary clinton, it is good news they won kentucky. you say, this probably should have been a sanders state. it was a closed primary with no independents. >> more than 30 points in 2008. >> she's certainly on course to hit the number, but probably going to suffer more losses along the way. >> for the talk of need for unity on the republican side, it seems the democrats could use a shot of unity themselves. we hear about what happened in nevada. sanders supporters getting very, very upset with the party apparatus there. how does this end, and is this all leading to a convention that could be contentious? >> when bernie sanders spoke, he was a defiant speaker. he called out the leadership of the democratic party. it raises the question, this happened in nevada at one state convention. do sanders supporters show up in philadelphia this summer? you can think back, go decades back to '72, '68, chaotic scenes
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at democratic conventions. do sanders supporters show up at the convention, intent on cau causing trouble? that would be a nightmare for the party. >> i need you to get up and do walking here. when we look at donald trump and the general election, his strategy involves getting white, working class voters in the so-called rust belt. walk us through it. >> if you want to look at a rust belt, upper midwest strategy, basically here is the red-blue map. obama and romney, obama got 332. let's start clinton there. 206 for romney, start trump there. what are the blue states in the midwest, in the rust belt, that trump is targeting? ohio, pennsylvania. they're saying michigan. wisconsin, minnesota, iowa. these are sort of the targets. when you look closer here, it's sort of a mixed bag for trump. start in ohio. we always talk about ohio. this really is a right, natural,
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obvious target for donald trump. it's been close every election the last three. there is basically no scenario you get donald trump to the white house where this is not part of the bedrock foundation. he has to flip ohio. that's one thing. it is doable but the numbers we've seen recently. one poll last week had him up there. pennsylvania is interesting. republicans make noise about pennsylvania all the time. they haven't carried it since 1988. in 2008, obama won it by double digits. it came down to five points in 2012. one of the reasons is when you look closely at pennsylvania, in the philly area, strongly democratic. the suburbs there. the rest of the state though is becoming more republican. the trend favors republicans. one of these years, this thing really could flip. that's a natural target for trump. the problem is, when you look at a michigan, a minnesota, when you look at a wisconsin, it's a steeper hill to climb. as trump, look at it this way. if you can take ohio, doable,
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224, add in pennsylvania, now 244. now it gets tough. iowa, that's probablytarget. now you're at 250. you'd still need wisconsin plus michigan. more realistically if you're donald trump, this is a real stretch, this is a stretch. this would be doable to get you to 250. then what? >> florida. >> you have to get florida. if you do get florida, 279. now you're open it. florida plus in roads in the rust belt would do it. >> didn't someone once say florida, florida, florida? >> you crushed that board. fantastic. that was great. steve, thank you. >> thanks. also this morning, the tsa is apologizing and sending dozens of additional screeners to chicago's o'hare international airport where hundreds of passengers were stuck in lines over the weekend. what about other airports across the country? tom costello is at o'hare with the latest. >> here's what's going on this
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morning, savannah. they are flooding the -- by the way, this is the end of the line. flooding the zone with tsa personnel because they want to avoid a repeat of a couple days ago, with two and three-hour delays. this is about a 30-minute wait. i talked to one woman who got here four hours before her flight. this is going to be the summer of discontent. >> reporter: at one of the world's biggest airports, an immediate focus on relieving the gridlock inside the terminal. >> we have clearly the busiest aviation systems in the country. this was why it's unacceptable, it's predictable. >> reporter: the anger hitting a crescendo for thousands of passengers. >> frustrating. >> ridiculous and unnecessary. >> reporter: now, a tsa rapid response team sent by headquarters is on the ground. in the coming days and weeks, 58 extra officers and 5 canine teams will arrive, in an effort to speed things along. >> anything wrapped in foil? >> reporter: tsa chief offered
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an apology. >> i tell people, i won't apologize for doing our job well, but i do apologize for the people stranded in chicago yesterday. >> reporter: the hours-long lines have gotten members of congress threatening the tsa. illinois senator calling on neffenger to resign. and the homeland security secretary says airlines have to play a role in moving things a i long. >> we asked airlines to possibly consider eliminating the checked baggage fee, to encourage people to check their baggage rather than carry-on. >> reporter: the airlines say they're not cutting baggage fees and believe a better focus is the tsa to have adequate staffing. >> my focus is getting as many people in checkpoint lanes as possible because i expect large travel volume over the summer. >> what we have here are the airlines helping to move people along in tsa lines. a woman in a red coat a moment ago walked back to the end of
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the line. they're trying to help funnel people through. savannah, seconds ago, i got this e-mail. the air lyline industry is projecting 231 million people will travel this summer. 2.5 million people a day. that's up from 1.8 million on average last year. this is going to be a very rough summer. back to you. >> let's hope help is on the way in the form of more agents. speaking of travel, it'll be a rough morning for hundreds of thousands of commuters here in the new york city area after a big track fire brought service to a halt tuesday night. it started underneath the metro north tracks in east harlem. officials say the flames were so intense, it could have blown screws off the tracks. riders are dealing with delays and crowded conditions this morning, with trains operating with limited service. more than 4 million u.s. workers will now become eligible
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for overtime pay under new rules issued today by the obama administration. the annual salary threshold at which companies can deny overtime pay is now going to be doubled from $23,000 a year to more than $47,000. right now, some workers classified as managers work long hours but are barely paid more than the people they supervise. hourly workers would still, in most cases, be guaranteed overtime. want to talk about tense moments in our nation's capital on tuesday. a man drove a truck on to the national mall because he believed he had been exposed to anthrax and wanted to warn other people. the man told authorities he saw a farmer spreading a substance on a field in virginia, so he brought some of the unidentified substance with him to d.c. the man called police and was detained by officers a short time later. a robot was deployed to inspect the truck. the man was tested for anthrax. firefighters determined there was no hazardous material.
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now a major milestone for the u.s. military. openly gay man confirmed by the senate to be the next secretary of the army. willie has that story. >> good morning. eric fanning was first nominated by president obama eight months ago. late last night, the final opposition to his nomination was dropped. >> the ayes do have it. the nomination is confirmed. >> reporter: history on tuesday night when the senate confirmed eric fanning to be secretary of the army. historic because fanning will become the first openly gay civilian leader of any u.s. military service. >> mr. fanning is eminently qualified. eminently qualified to assume that role of secretary in the army. >> reporter: the vote to confirm fanning came after months of delay, held up by republican senator pat roberts from kentucky, who wanted assurances that prisoners from guantanamo bay would not be sent to his state. after dropping his opposition, roberts had nothing but praise for the nominee. >> he will be a tremendous
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leader. as army secretary, will do great by our soldiers. every soldier serving our nation today. >> reporter: fanning, who held military posts during the obama administration, including acting secretary of the air force, said in a statement, i'm honored by today's senate confirmation and thrilled to return to lead the total army team. the confirmation comes five years after the repeal of don't ask, don't tell, which prevented gays and lesbians in the military from being open about their sexuality. >> i think it demonstrates not only has the military moved on from this issue, but americans are increasingly accepting of their lgbt friends, neighbors, family, colleagues. this is an important step in that direction. >> reporter: it's a milestone also not lost on openly gay talk show hostelen degeneres, who tweeted, congratulations, eric fanning. the first opening gay leader of a u.s. military service.
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five years, and we're already running the place. >> yes, this is a historic moment. senator after senator yesterday was pointing out this man is eminently qualified for the position, from liberal democrats to pat wob errobert, who said h holding it up because of the guantanamo issue. >> willie, thank you. there is a dramatic rescue i want to show you about. it was caught on camera. this dash cam video from a police car in anchorage, alaska. you can see the suv overturned after an accident. smoke is billowing from under the engine. the officer and bystanders worked together to free the driver. >> up, up, up, out, left, right! >> together, they were able to rock that vehicle and free the man's arm, allowing him to escape. soon after, the vehicle was fully engulfed in flames. the driver credits that group's team work for saving his life. >> does your heart good. let's get a check of the
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forecast from mr. roker. >> we have more severe weather to talk about. we've been watching it the last several days. this in rankin, texas, yesterday. golf ball sized hail causing big problems. hazardous driving. as you can see. let's move to gulf port, mississippi. heavy rain and flooding causing big problems there. you can see the stranded vehicles. we tell you all the time, turn around, don't drown. and the rain and storms continue as you look on the radar. heavy thunderstorms moving through florida. more activity developing in texas. we're going to watch this today. strong storms with scattered showers and thunderstorms. reduced risk from earlier this year. thursday, heavy rain redeveloping again, bringing the storms in. flash flooding. friday, it makes its way through the gulf and into the southeast. rainfall amounts, generally, two to three inches in texas, but could equal over the next three days, five to six inches. heavy rain moves to the southeas
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good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. lots of clouds and a few showers in the area. this afternoon, should see breaks of sunshine in philadelphia. mostly cloudy for the suburbs, in the lehigh valley, morning showers taper off in the afternoon hours. the best chance of seeing breaks in the sunshine will be in new jersey, the shore and delaware. cooler at the shore with northeasterly winds coming off the cooler ocean. delaware breaks of sunshine, waxing into the 60s. have a great day.
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that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks. coming up, robert shapiro reveals what oj simpson whispered to him moments after the verdict in his first interview of the trial in 20 years. a house fire that killed a prominent texas lawyer. why investigators think it might have been arson. first, this is "today" on nbc. pat toomey started his career as an investment banker. then, a wall street wheeler-dealer overseeing stock trades in new york, london and tokyo. next, toomey moved to hong kong to work with wealthy chinese investors. in the senate, it's no surprise toomey's been siding with wall street. voting to allow banks to continue making
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>> big delays on the schuylkill around the boulevard. traffic barely moving in either direction east or westbound. we have an eastbound drive time. if you're heading into center city, 23 minutes from the blue to the vine. there's also an accident in hatboro, east county line road and park avenue. tracy. a vigil will be held for two teens killed in a car crash after the prom. the two teens died last week when their car veered off the road and into a tree. governor chris christie's approval rating hits an all-time low. 64% of voters in new jersey disapprove of christie's job performance and donald trump should not pick chris christie has his vice presidential candidate, they say. stay updated with the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app.
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it's 7:30. it's wednesday, may 18th, 2016. great cloud on the plaza. great day to enjoy new york city. >> let us get a quick check of the headlines this morning. it was a split decision in the democratic primary contest. sanders won in oregon and clinton won in kentucky by the slimmest of margins. >> trump won oregon, as he closes in on officially clinching the nomination. he needs 81 more delegates to reach the 1,237. major league baseball has handed out suspensions tied to sunday's brawl between the rangers and bluejays. eight games, the rangers second
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baseman odor, who punched bautista in the base. bautista got a one-game suspension. both are planning to appeal. 14 players, coaches and staff were disciplined. new revelations in the oj simpson case this morning. robert shapiro gave a rare interview to talk about the trial's most iconic moments. natalie is following that one. >> good morning. in a candid interview with megyn kelly, shapiro is revealing for the first time how oj simpson ended up trying on those gloves, and just what he told the lawyer when they heard the not guilty verdict. >> reporter: it was one of the most dramatic moments in the trial of the century. >> replace the left glove. >> reporter: spawning one of the cases's most iconic lines. >> if it doesn't fit, you must acquit. >> reporter: for the first time, robert shapiro, oj simpson's lawyer, is opening up about how the defining moment came to be.
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>> i tried the glove on. it was wide in my palm and a little long in my fingers. oj simpson has enormous hands. i knew that that glove would not fit him. >> reporter: telling fox news's megyn kelly, he instructed simpson on how to try on the glove. >> i want you to be as close to the jury as you can. hold up the glove like you're holding the olympic trump. pull and tug on the glove because it won't fit, and it didn't. >> reporter: a scene depicted on the fx series "the people ser sus oj simpson." >> i tried the glove on, and it didn't fit. it'll never fit him. we should have him try it on in court. >> reporter: also revealing what simpson whispered to him after the verdict was read. >> he told me this would be the result from the beginning. you were right. >> reporter: looking back 20 years later, shapiro has mixed feelings about the verdict. >> there's moral justice, and
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there's legal justice. when that not guilty verdict was rendered, i felt legal justice was done. as far as moral justice, i haven't discussed it with anyone, including my wife. >> reporter: as for the relationship between the former dream team lawyer and his client, shapiro said simpson never called him when he was arrested for armed robbery in 2007. if he did, he wouldn't have taken the case. >> he still owes me money from the first one. >> when asked if he thought about the fact that he was trying on the glove of a potential murderer during the trial, shapiro said, i didn't consider it but it is kind of an eerie thought. simpson is eligible for parole on the armed robbery sentence next year. >> continues, doesn't snit. >> 20 years later. investigators in texas are taking a close look at a house fire that claimed the life of a prominent attorney. could there be a connection to a contentious case he was working
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on? nbc's janet shamlian is in dallas with more on this. good morning to you. >> matt, good morning. investigators say the fire that killed a high-profile dallas attorney is definitely suspicious. what's not as clear, was it a tragic accident or used to cover up a murder? what may be telling is they're now concerned for the safety of a judge who was working on the same high-profile case as the attorney. >> i'm eric. >> reporter: this morning, civil court judge eric moya says he's been told to arm himself after lawyer edwin tobolowsky was found dead in his garage from a fire authorities say was suspicious. >> this was a hit, no question in my mind. this was a hit. >> reporter: friends of tobolowsky are convinced his death was no accident. >> can you imagine a scenario in which this could have happened?
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>> it just had to be criminal. it was disguised as a fire to cover a hit. >> reporter: the judge's office in a statement, saying he was made aware of this horrific crime and warned of a possible connection between it and litigation that has been handled by his court. police express concerns related to the safety of judge moye and his court staff. authorities gave moye around the clock protection last weekend, but won't discuss security in place now. >> everybody is close. >> reporter: as for tobolowsky's family, they're waiting to learn, was this an accident or something else? >> i can't speak in terms of the investigation except for he was a lawyer who loved the law. i know he would want justice, whatever justice is. >> reporter: the attorney was a father to three grown sons. a big wedding celebration planned for one of them in just a few weeks. >> there's so many things that we know are going to make us feel better.
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time will make us feel better. we don't have any choice. we put one foot in front of the other, try to get better every day. >> reporter: son zach writing on his facebook page, words will never be enough. i love you so much, dad. >> the judge has removed himself from the case involving tobolowsky. authorities are saying until they have a determination of arson, they're not going to speculate or name any suspects from the high-profile case. >> janet in dallas for us this morning. thank you. the forecast is windy and rainy in dallas. >> that's right. going to stay that way, too. unfortunately, we were hoping for warming weather in the northeast, into the great lakes. it's not going to be happening. we have the jet stream down to our south. for today, temperatures are anywhere from 8 to 10 degrees below normal from boston to kansas city. later this week, the temperatures dip back, 65 in new york city. 74 in louisville. cleveland is only going to be
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66. as we get into the latter part of the week, the cool air hangs around into the mid-atlantic states. we'll finally get to the 70s in new york. charleston, temperatures will warm up, as will chicago and st. louis. down south, you stay nice and warm. that's the good news. out west, we'll see the temperatures cool off again, as good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. lots of clouds and a few showers in the area. this afternoon, should see breaks of sunshine in philadelphia. mostly cloudy for the suburbs, in the lehigh valley, morning showers taper off in the afternoon hours. the best chance of seeing breaks of sunshine will be at new jersey at the shore and into delaware. cooler at the shore with northeasterly winds coming off the cooler ocean, into the upper 60s in new jersey and delaware breaks of sunshine, warming into the 60s. have a great day. >> check your weather any time you need it. weather channel on cable.
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>> reporter: three miles off the coast of miami, researchers bait hooks. within 45 minutes, they've caught a shark. >> we have a nurse shark right now. >> reporter: for decades, the only way to study a shark's reproduction was to sacrifice the shark and the baby pups inside. >> cut them open, you look inside, and you count. but, you know, if the goal is to conserve threatened species and to learn more about their biology and behavior, that obviously doesn't make sense. >> because you're killing them. >> you're killing them. >> reporter: enter a twist on human technology. >> heart cavity. >> reporter: the sonogram, commonly used in ob-gyn offices, is now portable and waterproof. killing pregnant sharks no longer required. the newly found images are stunning. >> you're a scientist, and i know you treat things scientifically. do you feel a little connection when you're looking at that
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image? >> it's amazing when you see the little faces. you can't help but feel connected. >> reporter: increasingly, sharks like this sand bar shark are rare. researchers at the university of miami say some species have declined 90% or more in some areas over the past few decades. despite their reputation as man-eaters, experts believe they need protection. >> shark populations help keep the oceans clean. they do a fundamental work for us. >> sharks travel hundreds, some thousands of miles a year. so the idea of protecting them all out there, scientists say, it won't happen. if they can find out where they give birth, they can set up safe zones. >> you have to do it in important, critical arias, like the ones they might be mating or giving birth and gestating. today, we're trying to solve that puzzle and find those missing pieces. >> reporter: solving a puzzle with a window into the belly of the beast. for "today", kerry sanders, nbc
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news, off the coast of miami. >> once again, why i want to be kerry sanders. >> i know. it's true. >> gets the best stories. >> get a tear in your eye when you see the baby shark. so cute. morning inspiration. the 100-year-old who just ran her way into the record books and our hearts. hello! nice to meet you! welcome, welcome! today i'm going to show you the all-new 2016 chevy cruze and ask you what you think. but here's the catch. you can only answer in emojis. what emoji would you use to describe the design? sfx:message sent i think it's sexy. mm-mm-mm! it has available built-in 4g lte wifi® sfx:message sent rock on. that's excellent. we got wifi. the cruze offers up to an epa estimated 42 mpg highway. sfx:message sent this car is like a unicorn. it's magical! (group laughing)
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day. just set a new world record. tamron? >> she is everything, guys. ella mae colbert is 100 years young and didn't let rainy weather, a fall, nothing was going to stop her from doing something that no one else has ever done at her age. >> reporter: it was a record world 100 years in the making. days after celebrating her 100th birthday, ella mae colbert attempted to break the guinness world record for fastest 100 meter dash by a runner over 100 years old. the retired teacher taking a tumble on her first attempt. after bandaging her chin, she tried again, shattering the 1:16 record by crossing the finish line in just 46.791 seconds. and providing a lesson to the students watching from the same school district where she used to teach. >> do your best at anything that you do.
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then when you get 100, you'll be beating me then. but i'm going to hang around to see that you do. >> love it. people on social media were as excited as we are about ms. colbert. this is one of the posts. #ella mae colbert. amazing. miss colbert is a wonderful, inspiring woman. continued blessings and strength be with her. incredible. this lovely lady has the right attitude and is a real winner. there she is in all her glory. i could look at this video all day long. she says she's going to be waiting for all of us when we're 100, to see if we can do it. anybody game? >> i'll be happy to be on a smucker's cup. >> life goal, mr. roker. coming up, dr. oz is here. we'll get his take on
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nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, i'm tracy davidson. a cloudy start to this wednesday. let's get your forecast from nbc 10 first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> the temperatures are in the 40s and low 50s. but they will be climbing in spite of cloudy skies. those clouds break for some sunshine this afternoon. 59 degrees at 9:00. by lunch time, we might start to see the clouds thing out. that's at 63 degrees. clouds are still hanging over new jersey and the suburbs could see showers in the northern and western suburbs. already seeing some shower activity in the lehigh valley. the showers are going to be holding off of philadelphia but you can see them north and west just a few sprinkles in chester, montgomery and bucks county with steadier rainfall for reading and allentown. tracy? >> bill, let's check the commute with nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> we're watching 95 right now
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around girard avenue. a slowdown into center city. for the most part it's normal morning volume. 23 minutes headed southbound from woodhaven road up to the vine street expressway. and speeds are into the 30s. no problems headed northbound past that scene as well. there's also an accident in bridgeport, dekalb street and west 4th street. tracy. the public has a chance to chime in on the philadelphia school district budget. yesterday be with the city council heard from the school superintendent, william hite says the district's funding is good this year but deficits are looming in the five-year plan because of reduced income from taxes. a bear is roaming around montgomery county and police are warning people to stay away from the animal. someone spotted the bear in franconia township around noon yesterday, took a picture. the game commission tried to tranquilize it but was unsuccessful. police say if you see the bear, call 911. i'm tracy davidson. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. stay updated throughout the day on the go with news and weather with our nbc 10ç app. it's a free download. check it out.
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it's 8:00 on "today" and coming up, food for thought. are those controversial genetically modified foods safe for you and your family to eat? dr. oz stops by studio 1a to weigh in on surprising new findings. plus, face off. do apps designed to make your life easier really pay off? we put two busy moms head to head. one doing errands the old fashioned way. one with the touch of a button. >> just dropping off. >> they can pick up as early as 9:45. that's amazing. there's the laundry. >> which mom saved time and money? we have the answer. ♪ welcome to my house the guys next door. >> i want to help you stop the
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sorority before it gets too late. >> really? >> that's right, i'm switching sides. >> awesome. cool. >> dynamic duo, zac efron and seth rogen are in our house to talk about joini ining forces i their new comedy sequel. today, wednesday, may 18th, 2016. good morning, sacramento. we made it. >> all the way from mississippi. >> good morning, orlando, florida. >> it's my 21st birthday. >> we love the "today" show and zac efron. >> after 25 years in the united states air force. we're back now at 8:00 on a wednesday morning. it's the 18th day of may, 2016.
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it's a nice day here in new york. a little overcast, but we have nice people out on the plaza. temperatures are moderate. it's okay. i like it. >> it's beautiful. >> beautiful day out here. coming up, a lightened up spin on lasagna. lasagna without the guilt, perfect for summer. from the man behind a popular blog, kevin curry. >> there is a major change here in lasagna. i'm not going to say i'm spectacle, but i love lasagna. >> are there noodles in it? >> will we notice it immediately? >> kevin is going to fill us in on that in a little while. >> by the way, look at those guns. >> kevin is ripped. >> boom! >> i better like it. and the first summer concert of the season, we are kicking things off big time. this friday, it is puff daddy and the family. he's bringing the whole family down. it's going to be epic. if you are in the area, make sure you come on down and join
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us. >> it's going to be fun. >> it'll be a fun time. >> i thought we were calling him sean combs now. >> he's reuniting. >> old school. >> puff. >> hey, you. first, let's get a check of the top stories. we'll go back inside. natalie is back after a few days away. >> good morning, everyone. donald trump and hillary clinton are closing this morning to wrapping up their party's nominations. on tuesday, clinton eked out an apparent victory in kentucky in one of the tightest races of the campaign season so far. clinton lost to bernie sanders in oregon's primary. for the republicans, trump won the primary in oregon. both front runners now within 100 delegates of clinching their party's delegation. nbc's kristen welker is at hillary clinton's campaign headquarters in brooklyn. good morning. >> natalie, good morning to you. the democrats are still sharply divided this morning. secretary clinton pulling off the narrow victory in kentucky.
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senator sanders claiming victory in oregon, but dangling the possibility of contesting the results in kentucky. all of this comes as there are real concerns about the democrats' ability to unify with the convention two months ago. over the weekend, chaos erupted at the nevada convention when 157 sanders supporters lashed out at party leaders, claiming the rules are unfair. sanders accused party leaders of mistreating his supporters. the dnc called on sanders to denounce the unrest. in california last night, sanders vowed to fight till the very end. >> the grassroots capability to make certain that in november, in the general election, we have a huge voter turnout. >> late last night, donald trump and the republican national committee announced a joint fundraising agreement that will allow individual donors to contribute nearly $500,000 each
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to get trump elected. also, republicans on down ballot races. all of this as the gop is struggling to unify behind trump. natalie, back to you. >> kristen welker in brooklyn for us, thank you. the tsa is apologizing for those long lines that seem only to be getting worse at the nation's airports. security lines left passengers waiting for hours. some have even missed their flights in chicago where the gridlock is especially bad. a tsa rapid response team is in place to help passengers get through the lines quickly and safely. one senator wants the head of the tsa to resign if lines aren't better by memorial day. cyclists in california, road hazards on tuesday. fans in costumes on hand during the tour of california. including one dressed as the pope. another bearded dorothy from the "wizard of oz," carrying toto in
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the basket. a man dressed as a chicken. that's not distracting at all. >> or dangerous. >> get away from those guys. >> pedal faster. >> catch more today on the nbc sports network. they get a little too close to the bikes. >> dangerous. >> thank you very much. up next, are genetically modified foods safe for you to eat? we'll talk to dr. oz about the just released results of a very comprehensive new study. trending, at what age is it okay to leave your kids home alone? how about ten months? >> what? >> the mother under some fire for that controversial decision. and a couple of big stars here. zac efron and seth rogen. first, these messages. we could tell you that the designer color collections from hgtv home by sherwin-williams make your decision easier. are you sure those colors go together? >>yes. all these colors go together. or, about our reputation... it's from the paint company that pros trust. or the smooth, professional finish that makes those colors even more beautiful.
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modified foods are safe for consumers. posing no additional risk to health or the environment when compared to traditional crops. this after analyzing 20 years of data. >> if there was a real effect, increasing cancer rates or causing some kind of acute problem, it would have been found in the data. >> reporter: more than 90% of corn, soybeans and cotton grown in the u.s. is genetically modified. usually to make the crops resistant to herbicides or to deter insects. these foods are in cereal to canned fruit. critics long expressed the need for labeling. >> no more gmos. >> reporter: tuesday's report does little to cultivate a change of heart. >> people want to know what's in the food, where it was grown, how it was grown and who made it. the demand for greater gmo transparency is part of this larger trend.
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>> reporter: the report found no significant difference in obesity, cancer or disease in regions where gm mrkgmos have b widely consumed. it's up to the consumer to decide what goes from farm to table. for "today", morgan radford, nbc news. >> dr. mehmet oz is with us now. good to see you. over the years, you've been outspoken about this. you've been in favor of labeling. you've now read thispensivexpxt. does it change your mind? >> i think they put all the facts together in one place. we don't have the right facts, and this study helps us understand what the real facts are. >> the headlines. genetically engineered crops are safe for humans and animals to eat and having caused increases in kidney disease, allergies,
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cancer. there doesn't seem to be a gray area in that. >> they were thoughtful about what they said. like most scientists, looking at the data on genetically modified foods, they seem like they're safe. there is knowledge that whenever new food is introduced into the food supply -- because we're different from each other -- some people may suffer. they're willing to acknowledge though we think it's safe in general, we have to keep studying it. >> they go further and say the fact that previous ge crops haven't caused health or environmental problems doesn't mean all perspective ge plants should be presumed to be benign. >> big, big break through. this basically says, we need to let people decide for themselves. what we're talking about is not genetically modified foods, where i think people are in agreement that they're okay. people are thinking, what should i buy for my family? >> even with this information, let's say people would like to avoid genetically modified
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foods. how do they do that? >> buy organic. there's non-gmo project verified labels. organic is the best way to go. the break through idea is the academies are acknowledging they value the mandatory food labeling. not because of the safety of the gmo foods, but they allow pesticides into the environment. other factors that make you uneasy. >> i read the report as saying the people behind it don't feel it's necessary labeling, but fine if it makes people more comfortable. >> that's absolutely right. it's a fair way of saying it. as a scientist or food manufacture, you may not feel you need to identify it. for people in their homes, because i don't believe it, the effects on the environment, whatever reason, why not let me have a choice? it's the america thing to do, give me the choice. when they acknowledge because of that, not because of the science, we should allow mandatory food labeling.
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that's the break through because that's the compromise. >> always good to see you. you can catch his show weekdays. check your local listings. let's head over to al for a look at the forecast. >> we're looking at the sunshine state. not too sunny. more showers and thunderstorms. we expect to see anywhere from one to two inches. could be upwards of two to four inches, especially around the indian river, martin county. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. lot was clouds and a few showers in the area but this afternoon should see breaks of sunshine in philadelphia. mostly cloudy for the suburbs, lehigh valley morning showers will taper off as we go into the afternoon hours. best bet to see breaks of sunshine is in new jersey at the shore and delaware. little bit cooler at the shore with northeast winds coming off the cooler ocean. upper 60s in new jersey. delaware breaks the sunshine warming in to the 60s. have a great day.
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>> that's yur layour latest weather. time for what is trending today. >> this one is an emotional and controversial question. is it ever okay to leave a child home alone? what if you only plan to be gone for a few minutes? one mother stirred up a real debate on social media with that question. she revealed this, that she left her 10-month-old sleeping at home while she went to a nearby shop. i'll break there, get your opinions, and then finish the story. >> ten months. >> the store was around the corner, she said. >> it was like 50 meters away. >> right. >> she said the baby takes a nap at the same time every day for about an hour. she felt it was a very predictable period of time. >> did she have a baby monitor or anything to keep an eye on the child? >> you'd have to rush back, even if something happened. >> ten months old. >> could have choked.
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>> seven minutes. >> i get the temptation, especially when you settle into a routine. the baby is always asleep. i'm just going down to get milk or something. i'd be afraid to do it. >> what's the difference -- playing devil's advocate. your baby is asleep upstairs and you go downstairs to the basement or whatever. >> or walk in the backyard. >> it's closer than the store. >> only 150 feet away. >> i mean, if you take a baby monitor or device to watch them. even then, it's like going around the corner. corner. >> just to put a period on it. the reaction online is extremely mixed. >> that's a tough one. >> it is. could this new app officially spell the end of privacy as we know it? it uses a facial recognition algorithm to identify anyone from their picture. you could be walking down the street, someone snaps a photo of you and can find any social
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media profile you might have. online presence. right now, this app is only operation operationally functional in russia. the technology is 70% accurate. it tracks everyone from potential dates to suspects. >> good and bad. >> have you ever had the moment when you see somebody, can't think of their name and you're like, what is it? if i could figure that out. >> you want to follow them. this could get out of hand. >> what if you have someone that's 18 or 19, and some person sees them, snaps their picture and you have a creeper at your door? >> enough of them to scare me. >> obvious answer. >> for those of us without a social media profile. >> basically, trusting and paranoid. let's talk about jordan spieth, shall we? one of the greatest golfers in the world right now. didn't make the cut at the players championship.
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but he proved he can do a lot of things that a lot of us can't. golf clinic on tuesday. jordan had a marshmallow bouncing on a golf ball. he catches it in his mouth. didn't stick the landing. he gets a huge ovation from the crowd. now, the thing you have to be careful here, not to confuse the marshmallow for a golf ball. that can chip a tooth. >> impressive. tom hanks explains how work took a tool on his health. and a feud with j.lo. >> first up, we love him, tom hanks. why he says he was a total idiot is an interesting answer behind it. he was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2013 and blamed fluctuating weight in roles. he says, i'm part of the american generation that blindly kept dancie ining through the p.
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i was heavy. you've seen me in movies. you know what i looked like. i was a total idiot. he said the word from his doctor is he can get the condition under control if he hits a target weight. he's not an idiot, but relatable. diet and exercise, his doctor said would help. >> we love tom hanks. >> he's so sweet. next up, mariah carey trying to answer once and for all, what is her relationship with jennifer lopez? here's the story. years ago, mariah was asked what she thought about jennifer. she said, quote, i don't know her. many read this as the supreme shade of all time. that led to a cheeky response from j.lo. >> she does say that. she's forgetful, i guess. i don't know. we've met many times. >> they've met many times. tuesday night, mariah was andy cohen's guest. surprise, surprise, it came up
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yet again. >> do you know each other? >> no. >> she says you know her. >> i know she -- you know what? i've very forgetful, apparently. apparently, i'm forgetful because i don't remember the fact that it was just like, hi, i'm so and so. then move on. >> does she seem cool? >> i don't know her. >> geez. >> they're both amazing. love them both can we all get along? >> will the world be suffering if they just pretend they don't know each other, or she pretends she doesn't know her? >> let's move on. >> i think, i don't know her personally, but i know her music. they're both new yorkers. both at the top of the game. i don't know. >> they're both cool. >> they're both super cool. robin thicke, a talented musician and now it looks like his son, who i love this kid, is
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following in his father's musical footsteps. ♪ >> robin posted the video of his son's talents, like every proud parent at the table. >> did we miss the first part of it? >> beethoven concerto? >> you guys are like mariah and j.lo. >> have you ever been to the recitals? >> if that's the case, i can show you about ten videos. >> i got the ballet recital. >> i've just seen video of vail feldman singing bob marley. >> i'm not acting like it's up to this level. >> appreciate that. now to our countdown to rio and one of the biggest stars to watch later this summer.
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>> usain bolt will attempt to be the first person to win gold in the 100 and 200 meter races. peter, you got to catch up with the world's fastest man. >> road trip down to jamaica. nice to do. this is going to be likely the last chance for the world to see usain bolt on the olympic stage. after winning six gold medals, the 29-year-old says this will be his last games. with all young challengers at his heels, bolt is training harder than ever in his native jamaica. >> usain bolt explodes and he's the king of the 100. >> reporter: as the fastest man on the planet rounds the final turn in his career, we spoke with usain bolt where it began. >> when you get in the blocks now, are you still nervous? >> a little nervous. not a lot because i said to myself, if i can't win in front of my home crowd, when i was super nervous, i can do it in front of strangers. >> reporter: he won the 200
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meter in 2002, the world junior championship at the age of 15. that was before beijing. >> it's going to be usain bolt. >> reporter: before london. and long before rio, where he'll compete days before his 30th birthday. >> i'm pushing the hardest to make sure when i get to the olympics, i'm in the best shape i can be to defend my title better. >> how dangerous are injuries now? >> track and field, if you get injured, you could be training for six, seven months and get injured. you'll be out for two or three weeks. it feels like -- >> eternity. >> days in your life when you're back on the track. >> reporter: it's part of the reason bolt has shaken up his training regimen. >> you don't like training? >> i don't think anyone does. >> reporter: it's a hydration system, developed by his sponsor, gatorade, tailored to his needs. >> how important is hydrating? >> for me, it's a big deal. very big. especially in jamaica. it's always hot.
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24/ 7 pretty much. my coaches are on top of me, stay hydrated. >> reporter: his star power earning him more than $20 million a year in endorsements, going into the rio games. bolt readies for brazil as the city prepares to welcome him amid health concerns, like the zika virus. >> do you worry about zika? the mosquitos like usain bolt? >> hopefully by the time we get there, they'll have it under control. i'm sure they'll have things in place. i'm not really stressed right now. >> your teammates tell me the mosquitos stay away from you. why are they intimidated by usain bolt? >> i'm fast. they can't catch me. >> reporter: faster than the mosquito and his fellow runners, bolt is looking at the finish line and seeing history. >> the headline after you run will be what? >> the immortal. >> immortal? >> that would be a cool headline. and me like.
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>> good for you not racing him, too. >> he's fast. >> we'll be seeing a lot of this in good wednesday morning. just about 8:30. i'm tracy davidson. let's get your forecast from first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> lots of clouds. have been thinning out in wildwood. not a bright sunny day. more likely to see sunshine this afternoon in wildwood than much of the rest of the area. clouds are still with us. they are producing some rain north and west into the lehigh valley, berks county, reading seeing light rainfall and pushing in to upper montgomery and bucks county. these showers should off to the northwest. actually received during the day. breaks of sunshine. temperatures will climb into the 60s this afternoon. now let's get a check of the
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roads with first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> a lot of volume on the blue route around baltimore pike. more of a delay, of course, headed northbound right here from 95 head ed northbound to the schuylkill expressway. it's a 23 minute trip there. a little bit better speed there headed southbound from the schuylkill to 95 only 19 minsk there. also until friday june 17th shuttle bus and passengers onto route 101 trolley due to a construction project. philadelphia international airport is getting an upgrade. terminal b that serves american airlines will add dining options, and construction begins fill a. atlantic city will consider allowing booze on the boardwalk. policy would allow people 21 and older to carry one alcoholic drink in an open container on the jersey shore boardwalk.
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♪ put your records on it is 8:30 on "today". wednesday, may 18th. we're out here on the plaza. gang is all here. crowd is assembled. we have a big treat coming up in this half hour. >> that's right. corinne bailey rae scored a huge hit with the song "put your records on." >> one of your favorites, right? >> all-time favorites. she's back with new muse and i can he-- music and here for a he performance.
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dynamic duo zac efron and seth rogen are here from neighbors 2. and we're doing lasagna the lighter way. the tasty recipe that will have your waistline thanking you. >> whoa, whoa, whoa! >> whoa, nelly. >> marilyn monroe moment. al, let's get the weather. it's windy. i can report that. >> how about that view, huh? >> i'm sorry. >> amazing. >> shameful. >> for today, wet weather in the gulf coast. southeast, mid-atlantic states. also wet weather, slight risk of storms through southern texas. sunshine in southern california. more rain moves into the pacific northwest. the wet weather continues, te good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. lots of clouds and a few showers
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in the area but this afternoon should see breaks of sunshine in philadelphia. mostly cloudy for the suburbs, lehigh valley morning showers will taper off as we go into the afternoon hours. best bet to see breaks of sunshine is in new jersey at the shore and delaware. little bit cooler at the shore with northeast winds coming off the cooler ocean. upper 60s in new jersey. delaware breaks the sunshine warming in to the 60s. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. fierce and fabulous. who is 50? >> me. >> mary benson. happy birthday. >> thank you. >> check your weather whenever you need it. weather channel on cable. weather.com online. how's that for a birthday present? >> al, thank you. in the hit 2014 comedy "neighbors," seth rogen battled it out by a frat next door led
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by zac efron. now, a sorority is moving in, and zac and seth join forces to stop them. they'll do whatever it takes. >> you dancing is enough to stop the entire sorority? >> it works. >> i don't know where we are right now. >> it usually works. >> i'm ready. >> no! >> i don't have the baby oil. it's the most important thing. with baby oil, you get two extra lines here. >> really? >> hold on! >> let's go. oh, that's hot. oh, that's really hot. it burns. >> run it b it in. rub it in. >> okay. >> get the thigh. >> good morning. >> hi. >> did you smell like rib roast after that? >> he actually did. >> they used like a real -- >> it was pork injected with like baby oil, which is gross. >> but they made it delicious first. >> they really did. >> peppers and stuff. >> spent a lot of time on the roast before injecting it with
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j lubricant. >> it was good. >> did you write that scene just so zac would have to withstand that? >> no, not at all. i actually didn't come up with that idea. whoever came up with lubing someone with a pork shoulder, that person has problems. >> precedes one of the most epic scenes in the movie, your dance scene. >> thank you. >> did you have any preparation for that? did you choreograph it? i mean -- >> it was in the script for a while. then as the scene approached, i went to the director. i was like, hey, what's the plan for this dance scene? he's like, oh, you're going to go up there and dance. i was like, so what song? he's like, whatever you want. i realized there was no plan. >> no plan. >> you have chip and dale's background or something? >> i'm not a great dancer. >> the same thing was with our
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dance contest. we started shooting and i was like, what do i do? have a dance contest. >> i had a choreographer buddy of mine come out, and we spent an hour. he worked on "magic mike," so we did a terrible, poor man's impression of "magic mike" moves. >> you sold it and pulled it off, for sure. >> barely. >> the first "neighbors" was a huge success. comedy sequels. there can be good ones and bad ones. were you intimidated, seth? i mean, i know you wanted to make it great. by the way, success. i watched it last night, and it's hilarious. >> thank you. yeah, it was -- the answer is yes. we put a lot of thought into it. we wanted to make sure that we -- we really personally related to it a lot. as silly as it is, we put a lot of what we were experiencing as the producers and the writers and the actors into the movie. so we didn't want to make a movie that we didn't relate to. we had to come up with entirely
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new emotional stories for the characters that really spoke to things that we had experienced or were experiencing, that weren't in the first one. things like quarter life crisises acrisis and reinventing yourself as you finish your teenage years. then starting to fear you'll never be able to communicate with young people again. something i'm currently experiencing this second. all those ideas were exciting to us. >> i love there is a message of female empowerment. sorority rising sounds like a horror movie. >> exactly. >> yes. >> it was to re-examine some of the ideas from the first movie, from the female perspective. we show a lot of frat parties and stuff like that, a lot of girls at the parties that are being objectified. he liked that part of it. it was fun to kind of relook at some of the same ideas, just from a female perspective. >> it was also really funny to watch them as the writers try and figure out the girl stuff.
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>> we would bring in many women to help us because, yeah, we'd always hit a roadblock. can a woman tell us what to do? >> they'd present jokes and the girls would be like, what? >> we wouldn't do that. >> we would never do that. >> do what you would do. >> i felt out of the loop, too. at one point, i think i referred to seth and rose as the old people. i wanted to run back to seth and rose. >> you were an old person. >> i think i'm becoming an old person. >> in the end, that's what happens. >> you are an old person. >> teenagers are scary. >> they really are. it's a fun movie, zac and seth. thank you. >> thank you. >> "neighbors 2: sorority rising" opens on friday. do all the apps designed to save you time do that? two busy moms put it to the test. first, this is "today" on nbc. why did they separate us?
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>> announcer: save time today is sponsored by disney's "alice through the looking glass." in theaters and imax 3-d on the 27th. we're back with our series save time today. exploring new ways to get you through the never-ending to-do list. >> hoda has apps that promise to do the heavy lifting for you. >> the on demand economy is booming, attracting more than 22 million consumers annually. thanks to an onslaught of apps, you can order just about anything with the touch of a button. we decided to conduct a social experiment, putting a few of those to the test. >> reporter: meet kelly. today, we're calling her app mom. >> my name is kelly, and i'm the mom of two girls. i'm a blogger in addition to being a stay at home mom. >> reporter: meet lori. she's our old school mom. >> i'm lori. i'm a stay at home mom of three
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children. right now, i'm operating on post-it notes. >> reporter: we've given these two women identical to-do lists. work out, get a car wash, go grocery shopping, take care of the family's dry cleaning and enjoy lunch. one will have the help of some of the newest apps on the market. the other will do them the old fashioned way. >> bye, have a great day. >> reporter: after dropping her girls off at school, kelly heads home to get started on her list. first up, break a sweat. >> i'm booking a workout with an app, handstand. they come to your house, and you work out at your home. be here at 10:30. crazy. >> hi, i'm kelly. >> hi. nice to meet you. >> come in here. >> thank you. >> reporter: across town, lori is heading outside, pounding the pavement for her own workout session. >> thank you for helping me get my steps in, sally, and putting edison to sleep. >> reporter: all the walking
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wore out the baby but not lori. she's tackling task two, the car wash. >> don't fall asleep. >> can i get the deluxe wash? >> reporter: kelly's car could use a cash, but it comes at the tap of an app. >> i'm set for 1:30 p.m. at my house, for my car to be washed. >> nice job. >> reporter: in her clean car, lori is off to the grocery store to check off another task without any help from her smartphone. >> kelly skips the supermarket sweep, ordering her groceries from the comfort of her kitchen. >> cherry tomatoes, paper towels, ground turkey, greek yogurt and hair products. >> i have your groceries. >> that was so fast. i can't believe it. >> reporter: next up, dry cleaning. kelly, it's right at her fingertips. >> my husband just came back from a business trip, and we have a bunch of shirts to do. they can pick up as early as
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9:45. that's amazing. there's the laundry. >> reporter: lori is back on the road to drop off her dry cleaning. >> hi, just dropping off. >> reporter: in a matter of minutes, she's off and heading for the finish. >> go get some lunch. >> reporter: kelly is almost done with her list, too. it is lunchtime, and she hasn't left the house. >> we are going to order paninis from earth cafe. they say it'll be here in an hour. perfect. >> hi. >> hi. you kelly? >> yes. you're from postmates? >> yes. >> doesn't get better. >> reporter: lori has worked up an appetite. >> hungry? >> reporter: time to dine with her lunch date. how did it shake out? it looks like doing things the old fashioned way pays. lori saved 1 hour 40 minutes in her day. while using all the apps may be convenient, they do come at a cost. app mom's day cost her $85.90 in fees and delivery charges.
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>> all in all, i think edison and i had a good day. we got all the errands finished. >> it'll cost you more if you want to be an app mommy, but these are great apps to have in your toolbox when you need them. >> reporter: with or without the help of apps, a mom's day is never done. >> let's go get sydney and max. >> reporter: now if only there were an app for that. >> say all done. say bye. >> again, it costs more money, and there's a lot of waiting involved in the app mom. you're waiting for the things. she said in terms of time, she lost time that way. cha-ching. >> you should have heard the chatter here. >> i'd rather save money and spend time with edison. >> exactly right. >> there you go. >> adorable. >> so cute. up next, we're serving lasagna with a twist with help from one of social media's most popular cooks. i'm in heaven. look who is in the studio. corinne bailey rae is here with new music. she'll perform for us. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we're back with "today" food. this week, we're cooking with some of the hottest social media stars on the culinary scene, like kevin curry. he's the founder of the blog fit men cook. he has more than 1 million instagram followers. kevin, great to have you here. >> thank you for having me. >> you're making one of my favorite dishes. i'm a lasagna fanatic. you're lightening it up. >> we are. getting ready for the summer. >> what do we have? >> marinara, italian seasoning, low-fat ricotta cheese, eggs, base i basil, lean ground beef. >> where's the pasta? >> sweet potatoes for pasta. >> convince me. >> we're going to cook this up. this is lean ground beef. if you want to use lean turkey, you can, as well. you can also use bison, which is
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lean and high in protein. it's also high in iron, so it's great for women. >> all right. that's going to take a couple minutes to cook up, right? >> you can drain off the excess fat. >> important for this recipe. you want to get the fat out. >> shouldn't be too much fat because it's lean beef. cook up garlic for five minutes in the pan. then we are going to -- let's crank this a bit. we're going to add in marinara. we're going to keep this simple with the seasoning. we're going to put in basil and some italian seasoning. a little sea salt and pepper. sprinkle that in. then we're going to add in -- thank you, matt. >> sure. >> then we're going to add in our lean beef there. >> perfect. >> give it a good stir. cook this together for five or six minutes. then our sauce is, voila, finished. >> let's move on and start to build the lasagna. >> yeah. >> here's the sweet potato you showed us. it's raw? >> it's raw sweet potato.
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it's good because it's gluten free. it's lower carb. also, it's a good complex carbohydrate to add into your diet. what we're going to do is -- >> be careful at home when you're using this thing. you have to be careful. >> this is not kid friendly. if you don't have one, use a sharp knife. cut this about the width of a nickel. simple to do. last thing we'll do is mix in an egg white to the low-fat ricotta cheese. if you don't like this, use cottage cheese. >> i'll accelerate the process. here'sricotta. how do you layer? >> add in the meat sauce. once i add this, i want you to layer in the cheese sauce. >> all right. >> lather it on there. >> spread that out. >> yes, sir. >> another layer of the potatoes. low-fat mozzarella. >> we're going to cover this up and bake this in the oven for 50 minutes. >> guys, how does it taste?
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>> spectacular. >> we are not missing the noodles whatsoever. >> really good. >> you pop that in the oven. they said, noodles, what noodles? >> exactly. >> they don't need no noodles. >> head to today.com/food. up next, a live performance from corinne bailey rae. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly
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presented to you by citi. >> singer/songwriter corinne bailey rae burst on to the scene in 2006 with catchy songs like "put your records on." after taking a break, she's back with a brand-new album, "the heart speaks in whispers." great to have you here. i am an unabashed fan. i love your music. >> thank you. >> i'm happy you have more music coming out. how is the song of this differ from what we've heard from you in the past? >> i think it's a natural progression from my first record and second album. i've worked as a producer for a few years now. i feel like we've really developed the sound. it's very joyous and vibrant, this one. >> we're happy to have you here. you got up early for us. what are you going to play? >> "stop where you are." >> corinne bailey rae.
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♪ tender is the light that shines on you ♪ ♪ gentle is the morning made anew ♪ ♪ delicate, the grace we've come into ♪ ♪ my love ♪ wonder why you wish your life away ♪ ♪ waiting for the perfect boat to take ♪ ♪ waiting for the perfect wind to sail away ♪ ♪ life's shining around you ♪ don't miss a day ♪ if you're caught up in the chase ♪ ♪ you hold your happiness away from you ♪ ♪ whoa ♪ stop where you are
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♪ under fading stars ♪ this is the world we've made ♪ and there is no better place, it's true ♪ ♪ light a fire where you are ♪ undernooelt the blanket of the cold ♪ ♪ lying in the dark, your seed will grow ♪ miracles just like a winter rose will be ♪ ♪ everything glitters around you ♪ ♪ don't miss a day ♪ the moon on the lake ♪ the smell in the air when it rains ♪ ♪ the people you can share with ♪ ♪ the feeling you get when you're almost there ♪
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♪ stop where you are ♪ whoa ♪ under fading stars ♪ whoa ♪ this is the world we've made ♪ there is no better place, it's true ♪ ♪ light a fire where you are ♪ you can't stop the wild wind roaring ♪ ♪ but you can stop my poor heart from calling out ♪ ♪ light a fire where you are ♪ stop where you are ♪ whoa ♪ under fading stars
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♪ whoa ♪ this is the world we've made ♪ there is no better place, it's true ♪ ♪ light a fire where you are [ applause ] >> corinne bailey rae. she'll be back with more music in a couple of minutes. first, these messages. your local news and weather. good morning. i'm tracy davidson. let's get your first alert forecast from meteorologist bill henley. >> plenty of clouds and rain too. just clouds for philadelphia. some northern and western suburbs few clouds and showers. chance of showers in lehigh valley. rain coming down in lehigh valley.
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at the shore we're seeing breaks in the clouds, a little bit of sunshine coming through during the day today. radar screen showing dry fichbl. look to the northwest reading and allentown seeing steady rain this morning. now to first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington who is watching the roads for us. >> we're watching 295 over in mansfield township in new jersey around columbus road or approaching columbus road. there's an accidents scene headed northbound. a slow go there. no problems heading southbound. watching construction in the city. 33rd strieet between market street. >> today congress votes on a bill that could impact thousands of local school children. 200,000 children in pennsylvania, delaware and new jersey could lose access to school lunches if the plan are passed. schools can offer free lunches to students if they automatically qualify. today the public has a chance to
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china on the philadelphia school district budget. yesterday city council heard from the school superintendent. he says the district fund cigarette good this year but deficits are looming in the five year plan because of tax restructuring. i'm tracy davidson. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. we can always stay updated wherever you go with news and weather with nbc 10 app. it's a free download. the "today" show continues in just a minute. have a great day.
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this morning on "today's take," kerry washington's big announcement. why you won't be seeing as much of the "scandal" star for you. plus, zac efron's epic surprise. it left dylan at a loss for words, again. and zac's co-star from "neighbors 2," beanie feldstein, is with us. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. it's may 18th, 2016. i'm willie alongside tamron, natalie and al. good to have the whole gang together at the table. >> yeah. >> my morning jam, "where are on
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a beach" by dierks bentley. >> if you wanted to see dierks bentley this weekend, where would you do that? >> you can see him on tour. or you could tune into "sunday today" for an exclusive profile. we hung out backstage at one of his shows. >> is it true he has a bar backstage? >> whiskey row. >> were you at the bar? >> you have to watch. >> you smell so good, like coconut. what did you say? >> because i stole christina's lip balm this morning. burt's bees action. >> "sunday today." it's good. we have big news. >> yesterday, it was announced, got a new member coming to our "today" family. somebody who is not a stranger to our parts. mr. billy bush joining our team. you know billy, of course, from
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"access hollywood" and acce"acc hollywood" live. >> what are they doing there? >> it'll start around the rio olympics. >> one of my favorite memories of billy is during the athens olympics. we had a great hotel with a rooftop bar overlooking the acropol acropolis. billy would come over and hold court and basically swim sometimes -- however. >> are you serious? >> no, i'm just kidding. >> you can't do that! come on. >> he's not here to defend himself. >> hopefully, billy can talk about it tomorrow. >> i think every olympics, we've had great billy moments. always fun. >> now you'll have a lifetime of great billy moments on this show. >> sometime around the olympics in rio, he'll join our table. we love him. love the man, and we're happy he's joining the crew.
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>> what? >> zac efron and dylan dreyer. >> poor dylan. >> poor dylan? she has a smile ear to ear. >> we always do this to her. >> let's call this segment, operation embarrass dylan. >> let's begin the operation. remember the time you interviewed zac efron on the set of "neighbors 2"? you got flustered? >> i don't remember. >> let's check it out. >> roll it. >> zac -- sorry. going into this movie, i would say -- >> poor dylan. >> it never gets easier, watching it. i'll say that. >> he was nice to you. >> seth rogen kind of looked down. >> everyone was uncomfortable in that situation. take us to today's situation. >> you'll lead us? >> yes. >> he was here. >> you had a surprise reunion this morning in our facebook live booth. let's check it out.
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>> oh, god. >> am i interrupting? >> this is so embarrassing. >> what's up? i'm here to say hello. >> hello. >> made it on facebook. >> zac efron is here, ladies and gentlemen. >> hello, everybody. >> i blame adam miller for this one. i'm sure you've heard about -- >> what? what? >> you were there. you witnessed the whole thing. >> i was there. it was fun. >> oh, god. now i'm even more embarrassed. >> don't be embarrassed, no. it was a good interrview. >> it was the worst interview i've done in my life. >> it was perfect. don't worry about it. >> if i'm being honest, i'm standing there interviewing you and seth, and you're very attractive. you caught me off guard. >> you are, too. thank you. >> i turned into a 13-year-old girl. tucking my hair behind my ears and forgetting my questions. >> you're so sweet. so cute. have fun. good to see you. >> let's keep the awkwardness going. thank you so much. i appreciate that.
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>> take it easy. >> bye. >> i should have known. i should have known when i saw the rundown that he was here today, that something was going to happen. facebook live. >> i asked you in makeup. >> facebook live my -- >> i asked you, what are you doing today so early? >> i had no idea why i was here today. i knew i was doing facebook live. i'm like, all right. i guess i'll wake up at 4:00 and come in and do facebook live. i kind of thought something was up. once you get involved in facebook live, you forget everything that's going on. >> so great. >> i love the confession. i love the confession. >> you threw it out there. it was great. >> that's my problem. i regretted when i messed up the interview in the first place, not just being honest then. owning up to why i was so fluttered. >> makes it more adorable. that's why you got two hugs from the whole deal. because you are adorable.
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>> i was counting. >> it wasn't awful. it was awesome. >> for you. >> i love we saw it the facebook feed cloaustrophobia booth. it got hotter in there. >> i was pitting out, sweating. >> he didn't notice. >> let's be honest, it continues. >> pitting out with zac. it's a new movie. >> wow. >> loved every second of it. >> i love the ear tuck confession, too. we all have a tick when you think someone is attractive. >> what's yours? do you have one? >> sure. >> whatever. we're talking about dylan. dylan, you tuck your hair back. >> i go like this. >> al leans in. >> i do the lean in. >> yesterday with tom cavanaugh. >> male, female, doesn't matter. >> all up in his face. >> what is willie's? >> mine is, hey, you want to get out of here? is that a bad tick? >> it's forward. >> what? it's a tick. we all have our ticks.
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>> what do you do? >> one crosses the line and the other is divorce. >> they never say yes. >> one more thing. "ghostbusters," the new trailer is out. it is a yay because of this. pay attention. >> what do we think of the ghostbusters? are they to be taken seriously? >> you take that aisle, and i'll take the far one. >> okay, you sweaty freak. i'm about to save you from this ghost. okay, so i don't know if it was a race thing or a lady thing, but i'm mad as hell. >> there's a bigger picture at hand here. someone is creating a device that amplifies paranormal activity. >> we're going to need a bigger boat. >> the government is trying to claim the event isn't supernatural. >> we don't want a panic. >> we don't want mass hysteria. >> get out of the city!
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>> i will kick the unliving crap out of you, out of you and especially you. hey! don't move. >> you got a -- >> no. i'm tired. >> no, listen. >> i'm going to go ahead and take off. how about that? >> i don't think it's a good idea. >> don't piss off the ghost. really? >> al roker made it! >> you even made the trailer. >> man. >> that's huge. >> well done. >> and he didn't know this. you didn't know? this is a big surprise. >> he didn't know until now. >> no. >> surprise! >> wow. >> and you thought -- we kept saying, al, you going to make the cut? you said, i don't know. they wouldn't guarantee anything. it wouldn't be a movie without you. >> i love you! >> lean in more. >> more lean? >> see al roker in "ghostbusters." when you see al in the theater, just scream. people will get mad but scream. >> i saw the first bus card.
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>> were you on the bus? >> no, i'm not on the bus. >> talk about dreams come true. that is your movie. the al roker movie, and now you're in the "ghostbusters" movie. >> double surprise. >> died and gone to heaven. >> do you want to get out of here? >> that's not really your line. >> it's a tick. >> just comes out of your mouth? >> no, i've never said that in my life. >> christina is an understanding woman. >> she is. speaking of awkward, should i still be standing here? >> roll that video again. >> the pits. >> if we're going to be honest, the pit thing was getting a little -- >> i was a little too close? >> little rough. >> has there been drinking before this show? >> we were at whiskey row, dierks bentley. let's show you what we have
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going on right now. there goes dylan. dylan dreyer, ladies and gentlemen. there she goes. bye-bye. all right. so we've got rain, heavy rain in florida and texas. for our friends in texas, who have been dumped on, it's going to continue today. the good news is, the rainfall is a little less. as we get into tomorrow, look at these storms developing again, from dallas, san antonio, houston. flash flooding possible for central texas. friday, it moves through the gulf and into the southeast. making for a real mess by the weekend. it's into the mid-atlantic states and northeast. next three days, two to three inches of rain from texas all the way into the mid-atlantic states. that's what'going on around s good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. lots of clouds and a few showerr in the area but this afternoon should see breaks of sunshine in philadelphia. mostly cloudy for the suburbs, lehigh valley morning showers will taper off as we go into the afternoon hours. best bet to see breaks of sunshine is in new jersey at the shore and delaware.
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little bit cooler at the shore with northeast winds coming off the cooler ocean. upper 60s in new jersey. delaware breaks the sunshine warming in to the 60s. have a great day. >> that is your latest weather. >> al, thank you very much. foodi icoming up, why kerry washington is takinington is ta from social media and why ryan gosling and russell crowe are gosling and russell crowe are being if you're taking multiple medications, does your mouth often feel dry? gosling and russell crowe are being a dry mouth can be a side effect of many medications. but it can also lead to tooth decay and bad breath. that's why there's biotene, available as an oral rinse, toothpaste, spray or gel. biotene can provide soothing relief and it helps keep your mouth healthy too. remember, while your medication is doing you good, a dry mouth isn't. biotene, for people who suffer from a dry mouth.
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off -- we don't love that necessarily. the "scandal" star announced she's taking a break from social media. we kind of know why. black and white video telling millions of followers she's wanting torre quiwant ing to be quiet and still. she's celebrating a new baby. not official by kerry, but we all know. her husband, right there in the picture, if you've wondered because she's so private. former philadelphia eagles player. the "scandal" won't return for the sixth season until early next year, likely to accommodate her pregnancy. gladiators, we can make it through together. t two of the biggest stars in hollywood, ryan gosling and russell crowe are not creating enough buzz for their new movies "nice guys." in a parody for the movie, their producer, joe silver, lays into the pair for lack of social media savvy.
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listen? >> you have to tweet and retweet. tweet and retweet. got it? >> weren't we trending yesterday? >> blac chyna got pregnant. i got two smukcks. >> congratulations, by the way. >> thank you. >> what are we going to do? >> isn't it enough to do a good film? >> they didn't know blac chyna got pregnant? anyway, we'll see if the pep talk pays off when the "nice guys" opens friday. please tell me you know about rob and blac chyna. anyway, what's better than a flawless selfie? one made out of pizza. check out josh groban's pizza portrait. the resemblance is uncanny. it was made by a welsh artist, who presented the pie to the singer in england yesterday. he often uses food to create his pieces. he's also done trump in that co-s.
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♪ welcome to my house one of the most anticipated films is "neighbors 2: sorry ri -- sorority rising." it stars zac efron, seth reguog and beanie feldstein. >> we love her name. we'll talk about the movie in a bit, but you have cards in front of you. hold them up. >> okay. >> wait, how does this work? >> it's like heads up. she holds it, and we describe them. >> as quickly as we can. you have to guess. >> before you do that, beanie, can you explain the beanie name? you were named elizabeth. >> my older brother named he elizabeth. he wanted a traditional name. then i was beanie. someone gave me the nickname, eliza-beanie, a popular british
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nick name. >> i love it. >> all right. so here we go. >> i'm nervous. >> shoes, boots. >> the company. >> l.l. bean. >> mr. >> bean. >> a chair that's fluffy. >> bean bag. >> all right. >> too easy. >> jack and the -- >> bean stalk, obviously. >> these are easy. >> something baby. >> beanie baby. >> guys, that's way too easy. >> really? >> beanie babies were created the year i was born. >> we have a gift for you because you were so good. >> oh, my gosh. >> a "today" show beanie. >> you earned that, girl. >> i'm obsessed with it. thank you. i love it. >> in the wintertime, they give it out free for the concerts. >> oh, well -- >> why did you say that?
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>> even corinne bailey rae is going, wow. >> could have gone a little higher end on the beanie. >> i was surprised. >> you crushed it like a bean. >> i wanted her to have a cool beanie. >> unbelievable. >> she thought it was a cool beanie. >> i was so excited. >> a mug of your face or something. take the mug, too. >> you are following in your big brother's footsteps, jonah hill. >> yeah. >> he's a comedy icon. you are funny in this movie. >> thank you so much. i've been doing musical theater since i was 5 years old. i always knew this is what i wanted to do. i really valued school, so i wanted to finish college and then really, you know, do it right. >> good for you. >> value school is good. >> and working. >> yeah. so i waited until i finished school, and then really did it. >> we're going to talk more with you in a little bit. >> "neighbors 2." first, your local news and weather.
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good morning. i'm vai sikahema. it's just about 9:30. let's get our forecast from first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> no shortage of clouds. they will be breaking some this afternoon especially in south jersey and the rain they are producing a chance of a spotty shower in is suburbs and the lehigh valley which is seeing steady rain this morning is going to be drying up as we head into the afternoon. temperatures limited to the 60s. looking for sunshine your best chance to see it in new jersey and at the shore partly sunny skies. clouds are thinning out. wildwood, 62 degrees this afternoon. >> let's get a check on the roads from jessica boyington.
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>> a lot of construction this morning and some on the bofd. approaching that scene right there northbound we're seeing lane restrictions. that's why we have a slow go. no problems southbound. another accidents on the boulevard. northbound between ryan avenue and rhawn street. a teenager is in critical condition after he was shot several times through front door of his home. philadelphia police tell us the gunman started the fire before the shooting in overbrook. the victim's family told police that two teens were involved in a feud. police are looking for the gunman. police in montgomery county are warning people to stay away from a bear. it was spotted in fran conia township around noon yesterday. the game commission tried to tranquilize it but was unsuccessful. police say if you happen to see the bear you're asked to call 911. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update four coming in 25 minutes and get the
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taking a look at the headlines. more than 4 million u.s. workers will now become eligible for overtime pay under new rules issued today by the obama administration. the salary threshold which companies can deny overtime pay will be double from $23,000 for the year to more than $47,000. right now, some workers classified as managers work long hours but are barely paid more than the people they supervise. important safety recall of infant bicycle helmets to tell you about. pacific cycle no pinch buckle helmets with magnetic buckles and plastic covers. they can come loose and pose a choking hazard. consumers should stop using the helmets and contact pacific cycle for a free replacement. new report finds that genetically modified foods are
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operations, smaller hospitals are safer, with less risk of major complications and less expensive than the bigger ones. record number of travelers are expected to fly the friendly skies this summer. industry trade group predicts more than 231 million passengers will fly between june and august. that's up 4% from last year. the group is calling on the tsa to hire and train more staffers to alleviate screening delays. it recently launched a website called, i hate the wait.com, where travelers tweet complaints to the tsa and share photos of their wait times in security lines. for the third year in a row, the nation's capital has been named the country's fittest city. it's based on the number of people who walk, exercise and have access to parks and re recreati recreation. minneapolis, st. paul and denver follow. some of my favorite cities. let's get a check of the
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weather from mr. roker. >> beanie feldstein's dream growing up was to be a meteorologist. >> i wanted a doppler. >> your mom is there. come on out here, mom. come on. come on. >> oh. >> get her dream come true. come on over. give us the today forecast. >> what do i do? >> describe what you see. >> looks a little hot down south. >> little wet. >> a little wet. steamy. we filmed in atlanta, so i know about that. >> the northern is sunny and moderate. >> exactly. down there in texas. >> slight risk. >> of? >> we have a slight risk. >> we do. >> out west? >> sunny and hot, as always. >> now all you have to do is y, that's what'ssa
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good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. lots of clouds and a few showers in the area but this afternoon should see breaks of sunshine in philadelphia. mostly cloudy for the suburbs, lehigh valley morning showers will taper off as we go into the afternoon hours. best bet to see breaks of sunshine is in new jersey at the shore and delaware. little bit cooler at the shore with northeast winds coming off the cooler ocean. upper 60s in new jersey. delaware breaks the sunshine warming in to the 60s. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. beanie feldstein is co-hosting the show at this point, which is great for us. she is the break out star of "neighbors 2: sorority rising." she's nora, one of the hard-partying sisters of kappa nu. >> we're sisters. i feel like i belong right now. >> this is better than i ever thought college could be. >> i have had the most fun i
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ever had, and i went to space camp. >> i haven't slept in a week. >> i don't want to miss out on anything. you guys are fun. >> we're never going to lose each other. what do you call a house full of united women? >> a brothel. >> no, man, a sorority. >> oh! >> oh, gosh, amazing. >> good timing. >> amazing. >> perfect. >> thank you. >> the nice part about this role is you just graduated college a year ago, so you're close to this experience. >> totally. >> did it look anything like the movie? >> my college experience didn't. i am definitely a goodie-goodie. self-proclaimed. nora is a wild child. >> she is. >> it was fun to live out my wild side in the movie. >> is she now your alter ego. >> i guess so. we have the same zest for life. i love things as hard as she does, but not the same thing. >> with your mom watching over your shoulder. >> she's more wild than i am.
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>> mom gone wild. i love it. >> were you a fan of the first movie? did you see it? >> oh, my gosh. insane fan, yeah. so funny. >> when they called you up and said, would you think of doing this, i imagine, dream come true along with doing the weather with al. >> yes, that was amazing. thank you, guys, so much. but, yeah, when i got the audition for this, it was like, this just feels right. it felt so right. as you said, i just graduated college. it was six weeks after i graduated. i always knew i wanted to do comedy. i love the movies that are touching and warm. one of my favorite scenes is when me, chloe's character, we have this moment where we solidify our friendship and fall in love with each other as best friends. that's my favorite scene. doesn't have many jokes, but it's sweet and truthful. >> you've obviously got a comedy dna running. you have your brother, jonah. >> yeah. >> we hear that the funniest person in the family, you say, is your mom. >> for sure. it's always funny to me when
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people say i have the biggest personality. in my family, i have one of the smaller personalities. definitely. >> your effervescent. i can't believe you being the wall flower of the family. >> i'm in the middle. my oldest brother and dad are quiet, but jonah and my mom are, you know, a little louder. >> i love how mom is getting outed here. >> she loves it. >> good with that. >> you have the most infectious laugh. >> that's so sweet. >> is this a discovery? >> i guess, i don't know. >> we have two of the best laughs today. seth rogen and you. >> you have a great laugh. >> jonah is good friends with seth. they're buddies. you're working with seth. what's he like? >> he's amazing. >> yeah? >> i saw him downstairs. he's a genius. he's so quick. we would be talking about something off camera, and he'd be adding it into the dialogue four seconds later. it's insane. he's so smart. the way he just reacting to everything around him is something i idolize. >> forgot one thing.
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>> what? >> he's cute. >> he's so cute. i love that you talk about seth being cute. >> cuter than zac. >> he has confidence in that scene. >> you can stay with us any time you want. you're adorable. your mom is invited, too. "neighbors 2" from our sister company university -- commune ver sa -- universal. >> it's a college thing. >> under 21. >> theaters friday. up next, the superstar of "jessica jones," christenkryster ♪ there's nothing like trying something new. especially when it comes to snacking. with the laughing cow's nine flavorful varieties of creamy cheese, there's no end to what you can discover.
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♪ i'm on top of the world actress, producer, musician and fashion designer. probably know her best in "breaking bad." and as a party girl in "don't trust the b in apartment 23." >> now, krysten ritter is a former superhero trying to overcome her dark past, by becoming a private investigator, in marvel's "jessica jones." >> were you born this way? >> no, accident. you? >> experiment. >> anyone else know about your abilities? >> couple. not hiding them. i'm not advertising. >> people find out, they'll come at you with a noose or hands out. being a hero puts a target on
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your back. >> been there, done that. >> good morning. >> morning. thanks for having me. >> this is a terrific show. it's an interesting superhero. it's not your typical superhero. one point, she's described as a hard drinking, short fuse, mess of a woman. not your typical description of a superhero. >> this is a departure from the typical superhero genre show. nothing like the "avengers." this is a gritty, dark, grounded, psychological character study. yeah, she's a total badass. she is a mess. she's very traumatized and carries the weight of the world around with her. for me, it's like so fun. i get to do all this great, dramatic work, but i also get to throw people through a wall here and there. >> it was a hit. it was renewed right away on netflix for season two. the writers are busy working on what's coming. do you have any idea? do they give you a sense of
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character development, what's going to happen? >> no, they don't. it's marvel, so everything is always very secretive. we leave jessica in a very, you know, confused place. her reason for getting up in the morning was her nemesis, this awful villain, and her abuser. and she kills him. jessica is not a murderer. she did that, and i think it's going to come with a lot of emotional weight and baggage that we'll see how she deals with it. >> wow. >> i have to ask you something personal. you're from a town in pennsylvania. it's now my new favorite word. 800 people or something? >> very spamall. >> what was your upbringing like? >> i had cows and chickens and not many kids to play with. i spent a lot of time by myself, in my own imagination. i had a moped, which was cool.
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i'd drive around, get lost and not wear a helmet. >> not good. >> turned out okay. >> past that now. >> i survived. >> good you did, krysten ritter. thank you so much. you can catch "jessica jones" on netflix with season two coming soon. up next, she told us to put our records on and, boy, did we ever, especially hers. corinne bailey rae is back with a new album, and she's performing a new song for us. performing a new song for us. we've already heard it, and it'e a golf ball. i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto®. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto® and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, taking warfarin, i had to deal with that blood testing routine. i couldn't have a healthy salad whenever i wanted. i found another way.
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> spent nearly ten years since corinne bailey rae burst on to the music scene with her hit song "like a star." "put your records on" was a smash around the world. since then, she's won two grammys, released a second album and performed all over the globe. now, she's back with her third studio album, "the heart speaks in whispers." here to perform "been to the moon" off that new album, corinne bailey rae. ♪ when we first collide ♪ the timing wasn't right ♪ i showed you the signs ♪ you disappeared into the shadows ♪ ♪ now you're back again ♪ telling me you do, you do
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♪ don't you recognize a fellow astronaut ♪ ♪ we've been here before ♪ our movements are elliptical ♪ when you move towards me ♪ you make me lose my cool ♪ it's cruel, oh ♪ i've been to the moon, don't tempt me ♪ ♪ i've been where you are, god help me ♪ ♪ i've been to the moon and stars for you ♪ ♪ and now it's your turn to go for me, too ♪ ♪ you weren't a sparkle then ♪ light of galaxy ♪ it's not enough for me ♪ if you're really man about it ♪ ♪ show me something real ♪ prove to me you're true, i
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do ♪ ♪ oh ♪ i've been to the moon, don't tempt me ♪ ♪ i've been where you are, god help me ♪ ♪ i've been to the moon and stars for you ♪ ♪ and now it's your turn to go for me, too ♪ ♪ so help me, what's the golden rule ♪ ♪ somebody better let me know ♪ what's a girl to do ♪ gone too far, can't hide my heart ♪ ♪ why won't you just show me what to do ♪ ♪ oh, i love you, i want you ♪ it's such a long way up to the moon ♪ ♪ i've been to the moon and the stars for you ♪ ♪ i know that, know that is
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yours to prove ♪ ♪ i've been to the moon, don't tempt me ♪ ♪ i've been where you are, god help me ♪ ♪ i've been to the moon and stars for you ♪ ♪ now it's your turn to prove that you're true ♪ ♪ i've been to the moon, don't tempt me ♪ ♪ i've been where you are, god help me ♪ ♪ i've been to the moon and stars for you ♪ ♪ now it's your turn to prove that you're true ♪ [ applause ] >> corinne bailey rae. thank you. the new album "the heart speaks in whispers," is out now. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on
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good morning. i'm sic i'm vai sikahema. we're just a few minutes shy of 10:00 a.m. >> no shortage of clouds this morning. they will be breaking some this afternoon especially in south jersey. the rain they are producing chance of a spotty shower in the suburbs and lehigh valley which has seen steady rain this morning is drying up as we head into the afternoon. temperatures will be limited to
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the 60s. looking for sunshine your best chance to see it in new jersey and at the shore partly sunny skies and wildwood 62 degrees this afternoon. thank you, bill. let's get a check on area roads for your morning commute with jessica boyington. >> 95 an accident that just cleared out of the way by girard avenue. otherwise no real problems. this is pretty much normal right now back to normal 20, minutes southbound. speeds are coming back up. an accidents at northeast philly route 1. the boulevard northbound between ryan avenue and rhawn street. >> a vigil will be held for two students killed after prom. their road veered off the road and crashed into a tree. the vigil will be held at 8:00 p.m. at the school's football
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stadium. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have a another update four in 25 minutes. you get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. we'll see you in about a half hour.
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